A digital asset with freely accessible source code and transparent governance.
A proxy token represents another asset, providing additional functionality.
If a token is mintable, new tokens can be created by the issuer.
Address of the token's current owner.
Ability to take back ownership of the token.
Concealment of the owner's identity.
Token's ability to destroy itself.
Risk associated with external function calls.
Tax applied to buy transactions.
Tax applied to sell transactions.
Availability of buying the token.
Inability to sell all token holdings.
Token designed to trap and steal from users.
Ability to pause token transfers.
Tokens that are prohibited from certain activities.
Tokens that are allowed for certain activities.
Token is listed on a decentralized exchange.
Measures in place to prevent large transactions.
Ability to modify the Anti-Whale measures.
Time period before a trader can make another transaction.
Modification of the user's personal slippage tolerance.
Name of the token.
Symbol representing the token.
Number of token holders.
Total number of tokens in circulation.
Balance of tokens owned by the owner.
Percentage of total token supply owned by the owner.
Address of the token's creator.
Balance of tokens owned by the creator.
Percentage of total token supply owned by the creator.
Last Checked 29 Feb 2024